Ottery St Mary win well on visit to Dunkeswell

Competitiors in the Ottery St Mary Triples Weekend semi-finalists

Competitiors in the Ottery St Mary Triples Weekend semi-finalists - Credit: Archant

Ottery St Mary bowlers saw more action last week, writes Michael Smith.

In the County Trophy a meeting with close neighbours Feniton it was they who took the honours, winning on two rinks with the other two drawn. This gave Feniton an emphatic 95-54 victory.

In the Over-60s League the men’s A team continued their winning streak thanks to a six point success over St. Thomas A, with skip John Pethick, Tony Luff and Terry House winning 27-9.

Unfortunately the men’s B and C team both suffered poor results, losing on both rinks, the B team away to Honiton and the C team at home to Tiverton West End.

On a relatively quiet week, the main attraction was the club’s internal ‘Triples Weekend’. With three matches on Saturday morning and four matches in the afternoon, it was a full day and thanks must be recorded to Dot Luff and her team of helpers who provided a superb lunch for those who needed sustenance .

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The weather was glorious and eventually four teams went through to play the semi-finals on the Sunday.

The weather was once again kind on the Sunday and, after the four teams had battled it out, it was Mick Cissell, Margaret Bright and skip Mike Smith who made it through to the final where they met Sharon Kenny, Steve Hall and skip Norman Lawrence. That final will take place at the club in August.

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There was just the one friendly in the week with a trip to Dunkeswell that saw four rinsk travel top play on another fine day.

that go through to contest the final in August.

In a thoroughly enjoyable match Ottery came away the victors by three rinks to one and to an overall score of 73-53, with the best rink being that of Frank Holden, Michael Potter and skip Shirley Fewtrell 24-10.

Friday club nights continue to attract new members, coaching and equipment is provided, just come along from 6pm, with flat shoes or trainers and a warm welcome awaits you, for more information contact Mike Smith on 01404 811195.

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